MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

At Mosaic Medical, our team of mental health providers are trained to deliver specialized care in order to best meet the unique needs of the individuals that we care for. The LGBTQ+ community experiences high rates of many mental health disorders like depression, anxiety, trauma, and addiction, and we are here to help. Our clinicians provide care that is affirmative and inclusive of LGBTQ+ identities, and we seek to empower individuals to lead fulfilling and authentic lives.

 Mosaic Medical offers ongoing individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, psychological assessment, as well as consultations and letter writing for gender affirming medical procedures.

 At Mosaic, you can expect your therapist to work with the rest of your care team to provide high quality integrative and holistic care. Our clinicians include licensed psychologists, licensed professional counselors, as well as board certified art therapists, post doctoral psychology residents, and predoctoral psychology interns. Mosaic’s team of mental health professionals provides care from a variety of theoretical orientations and is skilled at providing care for a wide variety of mental health concerns and conditions. We practice from an affirmative, and trauma-informed perspective. Our mental health services are available for people who get their medical care at Mosaic Medical Center.

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

At Mosaic Medical, our team of mental health providers are trained to deliver specialized care in order to best meet the unique needs of the individuals that we care for. The LGBTQ+ community experiences high rates of many mental health disorders like depression, anxiety, trauma, and addiction, and we are here to help. Our clinicians provide care that is affirmative and inclusive of LGBTQ+ identities, and we seek to empower individuals to lead fulfilling and authentic lives.

 Mosaic Medical offers ongoing individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, psychological assessment, as well as consultations and letter writing for gender affirming medical procedures.

 At Mosaic, you can expect your therapist to work with the rest of your care team to provide high quality integrative and holistic care. Our clinicians include licensed psychologists, licensed professional counselors, as well as board certified art therapists, post doctoral psychology residents, and predoctoral psychology interns. Mosaic’s team of mental health professionals provides care from a variety of theoretical orientations and is skilled at providing care for a wide variety of mental health concerns and conditions. We practice from an affirmative, and trauma-informed perspective. Our mental health services are available for people who get their medical care at Mosaic Medical Center.

MENTAL HEALTHCARE STAFF

Christiian Credle, PsyD (he/him/his)

Lead Mosaic Psychologist/Supervising Psychologist 

PsyD in Clinical Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, DC. 

MA in Clinical Psychology, The American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, NVA. 

BA in Psychology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.  

Dr. Credle is the Mosaic Medical Center team lead, where he supervises all staff therapists and students in Mosaic. In addition to providing individual therapy in the HIV and LGBTQ+ programs, Dr. Credle facilitates the Gay Men’s Psychotherapy Group, co-facilitates the Trans and Gender Non- Conforming Psychotherapy Group, services as the Institute for Public Health Psychology’s Chair of Diversity and Inclusion, and is a member the ACG Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. Dr. Credle specializes in working with people who are members of the LGBTQ+ community, individuals living with HIV, and people with persistent characterological disorders.  Dr. Credle uses Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Relational Psychodynamic Therapy, Harm Reduction, Motivational Interviewing, and therapy integration. Dr. Credle looks forward to helping people move through the aspects of their lives that get in the way of living a rich, meaningful, and vibrant existence.

Anastasia Sanchez, PsyD (she/her/hers)

Psychology Post-Doctoral Resident

PsyD in Clinical Psychology, John F. Kennedy University, Pleasant Hill, CA. 

MA in Clinical Psychology, John F. Kennedy University, Pleasant Hill, CA.

MA in Counseling Psychology, National University, San Diego, CA.

BA in Psychology, California State University Stanislaus, Turlock, CA.

Anastasia’s experience working within the LGBTQIA+ community stems from providing school-based counseling services in predominantly urban communities, with Latinx and Black LGBTQ youth who grappled with community, gang, and family violence and/or rejection based on their identities. Additionally, during this time Anastasia was employed as a psychology assistant, administering psychological assessments for asylum seekers who were systematically targeted based on their sexual orientation and identity. Anastasia’s preferred theoretical orientation includes an integrative approach that combines traditional psychoanalysis as well as cognitive behavioral therapy. The ability to integrate both orientations allows the client the ability to proceed through the stages of change in a subtle and cohesive manner.

Kris Miraglia (she/they) 

Psychology Intern

MA in Clinical Psychology, Widener University, Chester, PA.

BSED in Education, West Chester University, West Chester, PA.

In addition to providing individual therapy to people in recovery, Kris works from a feminist and trauma-informed viewpoint that takes into consideration all of the systems within which clients operate. Kris specializes in working with sexuality, gender identity, diverse identity components, trauma, and eating disorders. They also have a history of treating severe mood disorders, psychosis, autism spectrum disorders, and personality disorders. Kris’ therapeutic orientation is relational and multicultural, with aspects of other humanistic approaches used in session. Kris is excited to work with clients on building meaningful and fulfilling lives that emphasize healing and connection.

Mara Cash (she/her/hers)

Psychology Practicum Student 

BA in Psychology, Kent State University, Kent, OH.

Mara is completing her first clinical practicum at AIDS Care Group, specifically within Mosaic Medical Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer+ Health and Wellness. She has experience care managing/case managing for individuals with substance use disorders, different levels of psychosis, and trauma. Mara believes in the value of working within the community, providing services to people who may not have access to, or benefit from, a traditional psychological framework. She has clinical and research interests in the wellness of LGBTQ+ individuals and communities, treating sexual dysfunction and sex-related trauma, and marriage and couples counseling. Her approach is psychodynamically leaning, but focusing foremost on patient-centered and trauma-informed treatment, with the understanding that each client has their own “mosaic” of identity.

Shanaya Smith (she/her/hers)

Social Work Intern

BS in Health Studies, minor in Psychology, LaSalle University Philadelphia, PA.  

Shanaya has over 12 years of experience working with adults and families in a multitude of populations including individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities, people in poverty, children in the foster care system, individuals on the autism spectrum, and people with behavioral health concerns. As an intern Shanaya provides individual therapy to those struggling with substance use, mental health, and other health conditions.  Shanaya believes that everyone deserves a life of opportunities and sees therapy as a tool to help people be their best “SELF.”

Jessica Tolbert MSW, LSW (she/her/hers)

Staff Therapist/Mosaic Group Co-Facilitator (LGBTQ+ Support Group) 

MSW in Clinical Social Work, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. 

BA in Psychology and Creative Writing, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH.

Jessica’s goal in providing both individual and group therapy in the opiate treatment, HIV, and LGBTQ+ programs is to support clients in establishing feelings of safety, understanding, and connection. Jessica utilizes an intersection of psychodynamic, trauma-informed, strengths-based, and cultural-relational lenses. Her areas of clinical interest include grief and loss, major life changes and transitions, and work with individuals who identify as disabled and/or chronically ill. It is essential to Jessica’s work as a clinician to acknowledge the ways in which structural and societal oppression relate to mental health through the intersection of a variety of lived experiences, including race, class, disability, gender, and sexuality, as well as to acknowledge the complexity and uniqueness of these experiences. She strives to create a space that is supportive and affirming for queer and trans folks.

Erin Wolff, MA (she/her/hers)

Psychology Intern/ Mosaic Group Co-Facilitator (LGBTQ+ Support Group) 

MA in Clinical Psychology, Widener University, Chester, PA.

BA in Psychology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.

Erin is a pre-doctoral intern at ACG where she provides individual therapy within the CIM and HIV programs and co-facilitates the LGBTQ support group at Mosaic Medical Center. Erin is particularly interested in working with neurodiverse individuals, queer folks, and people coping with chronic suicidality, personality disorder diagnoses, or who are recovering from complex trauma. In her clinical work, Erin primarily utilizes third-wave behavioral techniques (ACT, DBT, Mindfulness) applied through a systems and empowerment-focused lens to help clients regain a sense of safety and work toward building a values-based life.